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Jake Harries interview

Arts Council England on July 25, 2011 15:29

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    Jake Harries, a sound artist/musician/producer/composer has been making music in Sheffield since the 1980s with a strong focus on Media art and the practical application of Open Source audio-visual software. On Resonance FM, he talks about his Free Audio-Visual Tools Research (FAVTR), a two year research project into what people can do with Open Source audio-visual software on recycled computers within a community context. The project started with organising open and practice-based workshops (at Access Space where Jake works as Art Programmer) through to building a machine and forming a community band and playing live at various festivals around the North West of England.

    Image: Jack Harries performing live at Access Space, Sheffield, courtesy of Access Space

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